Hi everyone, I've been trying to solve this problem myself for a few days now and feel like I've tried everything with no luck. I'm trying to install Windows 8 x86 on my old Macbook 1,1 through BootCamp. The problem has been mentioned before on the forums http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1561667 but the solutions mentioned are completely unhelpful. I have the exact same problem apparently though. When I get to the install screen, it asks for an unspecific media driver which I'm assuming is the Windows support files from BootCamp. The real problem is that I dont have my original installation disks that came with my Macbook, I have a Snow Leopard disk that was used as a clean install on the Macbook. I have BootCamp 3.0.4 and when I try to download the support files it says they're unavailable. And I've downloaded at least 5 different Bootcamp support files that didn't work. I've tried copying Snow Leopard to a USB to scan for drivers during installation, plugging the thumb drive into a different slot, formatting the thumb drive to FAT32... I just feel like I'm missing something that I didn't try. It can't be as simple as Macbook 1,1 %100 CANNOT run Windows 8 right?